Our Packaged Tours
Our combination safari will take you along the either the Lower Monument Valley, Mystery Valley, or Tear Drop Arch, creating a memorable, holistic experience in which you can explore the ruins and beautiful arches that decorate Monument Valley.
6.0 Hour Tour of Lower Monument Valley & Mystery Valley
Rated as the second best tour of 2011 & 2012, our second most popular tour is what we like to call our half day Combination Safari, consisting of 3.0 hours at Lower Monument Valley and 3.0 hours at Mystery Valley. On these excursions, visitors will be introduced to the grand magnificence of each separate valley. Spend the day exploring the areas most exquisite natural arches, petroglyphs, and Anasazi ruins. Visiting the hogan of Susie Yazzie, one of Monument Valley’s elderly as she presents a customary rug weaving demonstration. Discover with your Sr. Guide the beauty of Navajo cultural, tradition, history, and lore. Our 6.0 hour Combo Safari is company recommended for individuals interested in a comprehensive and complete enlightenment of the Navajo people and their land (Our second most popular excursion of any season, this tour is highly recommended beginning with a morning sunrise into Lower Monument Valley, and concluding as an evening sunset into the canyons of Mystery Valley).
6.0 Hour Tour of Tear Drop Arch & Mystery Valley
On this safari explore both Tear Drop Arch and Mystery Valley. While you set the pace for our safaris, it’s recommended that approximately 2 hours will be spent in the canyon of Tear Drop Arch while the remanding 4 hours be spent inside Mystery Valley for an afternoon or sunset excursion. The hike to Tear Drop Arch is light and the view is spectacular. Along the way, you will have the opportunity to see several ancient Anasazi ruins that are very well preserved. If you are more adventurous there is another hiking trail leading to the top of Tear Drop Mesa. This one is more rigorous yet rewarding. Getting to the top requires climbing ancient hand and foot holes carved into the mesa’s side by the Anasazi people. From the top look out onto the valley and see where Navajo cultures, traditions, and life have carried on for centuries (This safari combination is recommended in the afternoon or sunset hours due to the position of the monuments and lighting conditions which are most desirable in the late afternoon or evening lighting).
Ready to Book Your Tour?
Whether you want to explore the ruins or capture stunning photographs of the desert landscape, our tours will take you into the heart of what makes this region unique. Call now to book your tour and experience the beautiful outdoors at Monument Valley!